Trump Plays Coy After Being Asked Who He Hopes Wins The Superbowl

( Trump played coy when asked who he thinks will win the Superbowl this Sunday, according to Newsmax. The Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles are set to square off against each other at Super Bowl LVII in Glendale, Arizona, on Sunday, Feb. 12.

During an interview with Right Side Broadcasting Network’s Brian Glenn, Trump declined to pick a side, once again using the neutral strategy he learned from Queen Elizabeth II.

“Politically, I like both areas, and they like me, and I better not get myself in trouble,” Trump said.

The occasion where he stood in the middle was also evident when his election law lawyer Harmeet Dhillon challenged Republican National Committee Chair Ronna McDaniel last month. MyPillow founder and CEO, Mike Lindell, who has also been a loyal supporter of the former president, was also in the race.

“I like them both,” was all Trump said about the runners.

Trump launched his reelection bid for the presidency after the 2022 midterm elections, which were underwhelming for Republicans who were expecting the sweep the country. Both Pennsylvania, a battleground state, and Missouri, a reliably red state, remain key for him to win in 2024.

“But I will say you have two great teams, maybe the two teams that most expected to be there,” Trump told Glenn. “So, it’s going to be a great game.”

Trump also discussed the war in Ukraine during the interview, saying that if he was president peace could be negotiated within 24 hours. He said that there were things that could be offered to both parties which would end the war immediately. Trump would not reveal what they were.

The former president also reiterated that the war would have never started if he was president, noting that there was world peace when he was in office and now things are escalating.